Dermot O’Leary steps out with his wife Dee Koppang as she stuns in a sequin feather trimmed mini dress at the British Vogue and Tiffany & Co BAFTAs afterparty
Dermot O’Leary and his wife Dee Koppang looked every inch the showbiz couple as they stepped out to attended a BAFTA’s afterparty on Sunday.
The TV presenter, 48, and the director, 43, opted for slick ensembles for the British Vogue and Tiffany & Co fashion and film party at Annabel’s in London.
Looking simple sensational, Dee stole the show in a sequin embellished mini dress with a dramatic feather trim as she posed for photos with her dapper husband.
Stylish: Dermot O’Leary, 48, stepped out with his wife Dee Koppang, 43, as she stunned in a sequin feather trimmed dress at the British Vogue and Tiffany & Co party on Sunday
The Norwegian beauty, rocked the elegant number with a pair of strappy black heels as she added height to her frame.
She carried a box shaped patent bag with a gold chain that she draped over one shoulder and pinned her hair from her face with a pearl clip.
To complete her look, Dee opted for a shimmering eyeshadow with a flick of black eyeliner and a nude lipstick.
Elegant: Looking simple sensational, Dee stole the show in a sequin embellished mini dress with a dramatic feather trim
Slick couple: Dee carried a box shaped patent bag with a gold chain that she draped over one shoulder and kept her hair from her face with a pearl clip
Dermot, who presented last years BAFTA’s ceremony, sported a suave navy suit with a matching tie and ivory shirt for the party.
The event was dedicated to helping those enduring global conflict and to raise funds for those affected.
All guests were encouraged to join British Vogue and Tiffany & Co. in support of the Disasters Emergency Committee’s Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal by donating.
Suave: Dermot, who presented last years BAFTA’s ceremony, sported a navy suit with a matching tie and white shirt for the party
The nominations for the Academy’s 75th awards ceremony were announced last month with Dune, The Power Of The Dog and Belfast leading with 11, eight and six respectively.
Denis Villeneuve’s star-studded sci-fi epic landed a slew of technical nods, along with a nod for the top prize for Best Film, while Jane Campion’s dark Western and Kenneth Branagh’s Irish biopic follows close behind with eight and six respectively.
While the Academy once again recognised three women in the Director’s shortlist, this year’s nominations fell short on BAFTA’s vow to improve diversity, with only seven people of colour nominated in contrast to last year’s 12.
Fun night! Dermot sweetly held on to Dee as they made their way home from the swanky after party at exclusive private members’ club at Annabel’s
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Paul Mescal – Normal People
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Malachi Kirby – Small Axe
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Rakie Ayola – Anthony
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Comedy Entertainment Programme
The Big Narstie Show
Comedy Entertainment Programme: The Big Narstie Show
Female Performance In A Comedy Programme
Aimee Lou Wood – Sex Education
Female Performance In A Comedy Programme: Aimee Lou Wood in Sex Education
Male Performance In A Comedy Programme
Charlie Cooper – This Country
Male Performance In A Comedy Programme: Charlie Cooper in This Country
I May Destroy You
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America’s War On Abortion (Exposure)
Current Affairs: America’s War On Abortion (Exposure)
The Great House Giveaway
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Romesh Ranganathan – The Ranganation
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Life & Rhymes
Entertainment Programme: Life & Rhymes
Once Upon A Time In Iraq
Factual Series: Once Upon A Time In Iraq
Long Lost Family: Born Without Trace
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Sky News: Inside Idlib
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Reality & Constructed Factual
The School That Tried To End Racism
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Sitting In Limbo
Single Drama: Sitting In Limbo
Soap & Continuing Drama
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Welcome To Chechnya: The Gay Purge (Storyville)
International: Welcome To Chechnya: The Gay Purge (Storyville)
Live Event: Springwatch
Inside No. 9
Scripted Comedy: Inside No. 9
Short Form Programme
They Saw The Sun First
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Locked In: Breaking The Silence (Storyville)
Single Documentary: Locked In: Breaking The Silence (Storyville)
Virgin Media’s Must-See Moment (Voted For By The Public)
Britain’s Got Talent – Diversity Perform A Routine Inspired By The Events Of 2020
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